Hickenlooper faces renewed pressure and questions about his administration’s spending in final months
The cost of the former governor’s legacy website and legal defense in ethics inquiry emerge as issues in Democratic primary for U.S. Senate
Silverman: It’s happening. Impeachment is moving to the U.S. Senate this week. The trial is imminent.By Craig Silverman Opinion
If Congress doesn’t raise the tobacco-purchasing age to 21, Colorado lawmakers next year will try to
A pair of Democrats have already been working on legislation to raise the minimum age to purchase tobacco products in the state, which is currently 18 years old
The seven members of the state’s House delegation -- four Democrats and three Republicans -- voted along party lines. Five of them spoke on the House floor on Wednesday.
David Goldfischer filed his paperwork on Monday, adding his name to a Democratic field that had been shrinking since former Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper joined the race
Michael Bennet says he’s shifting national health care debate. But even in his home state, there’s pushback.
The Colorado Democrat’s first town hall in more than a year served as a microcosm for the challenges he faces on the national stage
Angela Williams exits U.S. Senate race, faces fractious primary challenge in reelection to her statehouse seat
State Rep. James Coleman, D-Denver, announced a bid on Nov. 18 for Williams’ state Senate District 33 seat. He’s been endorsed by a number of fellow Democrats in the Colorado legislature
Still a chance? 2020 presidential longshots like Colorado’s Michael Bennet insist race is up for grabs
Voters cast ballots in less than three months, and the Democratic primary is still crowded with little guys
Hickenlooper didn’t always reimburse travel on private planes, report says. An ethics panel will decide if that was illegal.
Colorado’s Independent Ethics Commission released its report Thursday into allegations that Hickenlooper violated state law last year by accepting gifts over $59 on multiple occasions
The CORE Act has passed the U.S. House, but the massive Colorado public lands bill faces tough odds in the U.S. Senate
Colorado's Republican U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner is raising alarms because the legislation was passed without the support of the GOP congressman, Scott Tipton, whose district would be most affected